golden court hot pot


Golden Court offers the best contemporary Cantonese cuisine. With elegant and graceful décor and fabulous ambiance, guests can enjoy an exceptional dining experience that combines the old tradition with the new. Golden Court also emphasizes on live seafood with an array of fish and shellfish selection through 18 live fish tanks.

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Enjoy exceptional dining in a comfortable and relaxed ambience, and come savour a delicious selection of Cantonese dim sum within a harmonious mix of classic and modern decor.

Hotpot lovers will be in for a treat, as your appetite is sure to be captivated by a vast variety of fresh ingredients with supreme broths.

There is nothing better than tasting the amazing hotpots at Golden Court! And be sure to try our signature crispy fried chicken, cooked to tender perfection and full of flavour.

Enjoy all this and more, while being served by our attentive and knowledgeable staff.

Golden Court - Hong Kong Tatler Magazine “Best Restaurants 2015”
Golden Court - Hong Kong Tatler Magazine “Best Restaurants 2015”

Chef Kan Kai Wing

Golden Court, Sands Macao

Chef Kan Kai Wing joined Sands Macao in February of 2004 as chef at Golden Court, serving up traditional and contemporary Cantonese cuisine, including Chef Kan’s award-winning creations. He has close to 40 years of professional culinary experience under his hat.

Chef Kan’s culinary journey began as a youth at age 16, working in Hong Kong restaurants. He moved to Taiwan where he worked as Assistant Chef at Fu Yu Seafood restaurant, then on to Tokyo as Cantonese chef in a Chinese restaurant, before returning to Hong Kong to work as Chinese chef at the Hong Kong Jockey Club supervising a staff of 50.

Chef Kan has participated in numerous competitions in Macao and Hong Kong, having won many prizes. Among these, he garnered the 2011 GHM Best Chef Award and first place in the HOFEX event for a dish showcasing purple potatoes and U.S. Angus beef.


Deep-fried Stuffed Crab Claw with Fresh Frui Salad
Fried Angus Beef and Goose Liver
Golden Court Classic Crispy Fried Chicken
Golden Court Fried Rice
Honey Melon Pudding with Osmanthus
Hot and Sour Broth with Egg and Seafood
Roasted Whole Duck Beijing Style with Condiments
Sauteed Clams with Black Bean
Shrimp Fried Rice with Sichuan Chili
Steamed Razor Clams with Vermicelli Noodles and Chop Garlic
Stir-fried Short Ribs with Onion and Mushroom in Black Pepper
Tossed Jelly Fish with Cucumber and Chili Oil
Wok-fried Boston Lobster with Sichuan Chili
 Prime Beef Tenderloin at Golden Court
Private Room
Private Room (2 tables)
Golden Court
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#28 of 469 Places to Eat in Macau
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"Good Chinese restaurant in town with excellent service!" Oct 11, 2015 We always enjoy dim sum in Golden Court, although the food variety is not that much, but the quality is good. The servers in the restaurant are helpful and nice. The Tofu Fa is the most impressive...
"Great Dim Sum Lunch" Oct 08, 2015 Golden Court is one of my highly recommeded Dim Sum spot here in Macau, we had Thurip cake with XO sauce, steamed rice flour roll with Vietnamese crispy shrimp, also the Fried Angus beef and Groose...
"Food extremely basic!" Oct 03, 2015 We wanted to try the dim sum and the duck...unfortunately no dim sum in the evening, and the duck was nearly cold when it came, and the skin no crispy at all as expected...we for sure will not come...
"Tasty!!!!!!" Aug 27, 2015 I go to Macau regularly and go to Golden Court for dim sums from time to time. My favorite is the white rice roll with the crispy prawn inside, served with a nice soya sauce. Also tried the sauteed...
"Don't know what the hype is about" Aug 19, 2015 All the food I had there was mildly decent and nothing more. Restaurant ambiance is poor and when you're dining there you don't really get the sense you're in Macau. It's not bad, but I see no...